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>> the britain's royal family is celebrating princess charlotte's first birthday with a photo shoot. the pictures are on twitter. she towns one. she is adorable. >> gorgeous. >> that will do it for us. "media buzz" is next. >> on the buzz better, donald trump declares himself the nominee after sweeping five northeast states. ted cruz said the media are thrilled to boost the billionaire. the pundits debate when this race is over. >> he is the presurfive -- presumptive nominee and it will not be the easy path that the democrats want. >> is he? >> i think -- yes. >> the time has come to admit that republican voters want donald trump as their nominee. you see this? >> are the pundits would mocked and minimized his chances finally coming out of the denial? >> is the press being dismissive cruz picking carly fiorina?
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>> a piercest campaign critic is also one of his oldest friends, a conversation with geraldo rivera, and hillary clinton brace sells that she may not win the nomination. >> that was june 7, 2008, when you endorsed president obama. june 7, 2016 will be the california primary. that is when you, if you are ahead in the vote --. >> i am ahead in the vote. i am ahead. >> what about bernie sanders complaining the press is unfairly writing him off some. >> a report from the white house correspondents' dinner and president obama's last chance to stick it to the press. and others. >> i want to thank the press corps, and carol for all you do. the free express are central to our democracy -- i'm just
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kidding! you know i'm going to talk about trump. come on! >> i am kurtz -- howard kurtz and this is "media buzz". >> it was only a couple of weeks ago that donald trump was calling most of the media "dishonest." >> we hike the media. do you we hate the media? >> after he won person, maryland, delaware, connecticut andry mostly by land sides he softened his view of the press. for the moment. >> i thank the media. they have covered me very fair for the last two hours. they have been very fair the last few weeks. >> very different message from ted cruz as he was finished
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third behind john kasich in four of the five states. >> donald trump is likely to win some states. and the media will have heart patch -- palpitations and the media will say the race --. >> ted cruz and john kasich announce need would split these states to give the other a boater chance of derailing trump. they asked the candidates about the deal. >> tolling your voters in indiana to support cruz? >> no, no, no. i will not tell anyone how to vote. it is a matter of resources. >> is it collusion? what does that mean. >> how is it not? i go after that, how is it not? donald trump is saying you are colluding. we expect to hear it again and again. >> i nidal hasan that ted cruz
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will whine. that is what he does. donald trump is a sore loser. >> analyzing the coverage is amy holmes. and suzanne somers -- ferreracio. >> now, let me play another sound bite and this is "morning joe," talking about the pundits, sort of coming around on donald trump after the five state wheat, we will take a look. apeople have allowed, reporters have allowed, journalists have allowed their own bias and their own hatred against donald trump. >> i agree that donald trump and the media are frenemies but look at campbell's lament. in i unhappy with donald trump being the frontrunner, blame tv.
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points to startling statistics with "new york times" reporting that donald trump has earned $2 billion in free media and he gets six times the appearans. >> way more coverage and that could be unfair. some of it is minimum appearing on television shows where the rivals would not. >> but it is the media covering his campaign stops. >> i agree. >> on the one hand, yes, the media has been hostile to donald trump and they have given him a lot of free advertising. >> a new "wall street journal" poll showing donald trump with 15-point lead in indiana which supposedly is make or break for ted cruz. when the press said that donald trump is close to unstoppable do you think that is going too far. >> no. >> the press was excited about the prospects of a contested convention. we go to the conventions and
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they are beforing. but it is less and less likely because the math is the math and he is much more likely to become the nominee and ted cruz has in path. the big win where he got 60% of the vote is where you saw the shift. the media started to say, this reasonable is going to happen and the chances of a condition tested convention is shrinking down to unlikely because ted cruz in the last five. >> what about many in the media were invested, they don't lake him personally or invested in the notion he was crazy outsider >> when he said "the media, who is he talking about? i am just a reporter. who is he talking about? those opinion makers? there has been an effort that is antitrump. there is some truth. >> it is a big media beast. joe trippi what about the twist
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that they are confident he will lose to hillary clinton in the fall. does he have a point or is this what you say when you try to deflect attention from losing six straight times? >> it is what you say when you lose six straight contests. >> the fact is that cruz politics fiorina as v.p., why? to get attention. that is what trump has been doing, he gets attention because he said things that get attention and the press will recover that. sometimes it is a presidential speech -- a policy speech. when marco rubio tried to say outlandish things for attention he get a ton of attention. but it did not get enough. >> ted cruz has another strategy, and it is not to to deflect attention but attacking the media is the red meat that the right love.
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the media is the right's favorite target. >> it worked for trump. he has been blaming the media and maybe it can work in cruz gets on that bandwagon. >> now there is the debate, is trump being presidential enough? he called john kasich eating habits disgusting, are they noticing over all he has tend it down on twitter and he is not going after journalists by name, the way he used to, and he has been sitting down even with megyn kelly so i would say he has toned it down but likes to take shots. >> he is still trump. he talks about lying ted and so forth but the media is following his cue when his own campaign advisor said that donald is now going to be more presidential and the media is on the batch to find evidence of the new
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presidential tone. >> it is a fact that there was a political story that said the new convention manager and senior advisor was imposing a more disciplined campaign where he was more presidential and a story said, there were continuations between him and the corey lewandowski part of the original team and now corey lewandowski has the power back and my sources say, this is all overblown. someone on the inside with different factions particularly with the campaign expanding. what do you think? >> there are probably two factions. in then, trump is going to be donald trump. >> i don't think there is a manager, either is in charge. they both have their lanes and can try toking to in either direction but not under can you not jump in front of the microphone. candidate is the one that is throughout and donald trump is willing to say what he wants to say. >> susan there was a story at
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the beginning that ted cruz and john kasich and their team had reached a deal, the arrangement, this pact, that ted cruz gets to campaign indiana without john kasich and john kasich gets oregon and the other state... >> washington. >> washington, yes. the media laughed that as ridiculous. do you think it was warranted? >> why would they laugh it? it goes on in politics. it is something that is not exposeed. they needed the voters to buy in that screaming has happened with mitt romney and john mccain's campaign, and all this is behind the scenes stuff happening regular limit. >> but when the reporters --. well, this is not a big tell at all, and it is always advertised --. >> and it has fallen apart. >> there is a lot of colluding going on in the past. >> you shocked.
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>> shocked. all the only difference is no other campaigns were colluding to stop a frontrunner have actually put out press statements and then we are appalled the press was interested in their announcement of the colluding. >> amy, how do you describe in he gets the nomination he will have fiorina at the running mate. "new york times" in a news story analysis, said this was desperate. maybe it was desperate but i was surprise the. what do you think? >> it was negative and it was a hail mary pass, a desperate move, and disrespectful to fiorina and the cruz crew campaign. they are in it to win, and whether that will succeeds, it should at least be covered fairly and neutrally. >> it had limited story line but ted cruz needed to containing the story line because he is getting whipped by ted cruz and
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the john kasich deal and fiorina arrangement, that she would be the running mate, at least it got some attention when he introduceed her it was covered live. all the day after he was browned by the primaries so it was scaling it back from trump which is a trump strategy that has worked so cruz is running out of these passes because the game is about to end. >> when i was interviewing carly fiorina when she was a presidential candidate there was a chatter about v.p. spot. we will look at what she said. >> how often have i been asked whether i am running for vice president, my male counterparts in the race are not asked that question so there is no doubt that women, still, are characterized differently. >> a lot of candidates who the
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media decide are not going all the way and will be a number two. >> your take? >> a lot people thought that about marco rubio or john kasich and in he with end up on the ticket. i don't think it was sexist but it looks desperate for cruz to do it when he difficulty, but the play there was to try to get women in the party who trump has a huge problem with to try to get them to come over. >> briefly, susan, a lot of mockery of carly fiorina singing a made up song, but these are the same pundits who said she is too discern and no sense of rumor so she cannot win. >> i question the singing business but you are right this is a double standard for her, and women, in there is one woman in a big field of males, they will get that scrutiny and that
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is probably because she is the only woman in the field. >> i thought of breaking and song at this point but decide it is not the way to go. >> you can e-mail us, at fox news, with comments and questions. when we return "gq," magazine interviews melania trump and she ripped the media. trugreen presents the yardley's. sfx: leaf blower dad! sorry. spring is on.
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addison with another woman, that donald trump's wife has never met. here is amy argetsinger one time gossip reporter "washington post" and this is about melania's father back in 1965, a guy would by all accounts has not been part of the family s that news? >> it is what anyone who is run for president or married someone running for president will have to address. >> would you have reported i i understand the immediate family is fair game, but her father who is not a public figure and does not live here? >> it is hard to imagine a world where interesting details do not come out. this is so much of what go in journalism that it comes to the presidents and their families getting into the origin story looking for some kind of revelation. >> it has no connection but this
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is the world we live in. >> if you are doing a biography of first lady melania trump and you did the research you would find this out and i don't see any reason why you would ignore it. >> but the tone, the long legged doll in a summery kress admired at a specimen of physical beauty and a friend said she is not a bimbo but not particularly clever. >> that is not kind. condescending? i don't know if you can say but it successly is not a story she would hope to see. >> how much do you need more to make it condescending? >> it is not so much rough on her but rough for her. this is really her first exposure to this kind of scrutiny that any member of a first family or major ticket gets. she has been largely very
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private figure, largely in the shadow of her husband. >> here the thing i have had a couple of conversations with her and she is savvy and classy ladies with in desire to be in the spotlight at this time. but is there a little bit of media elite portraying a woman not particularly interested in pushes who wants to an mom and be with her name as being too bore are ago pedestrian, to be anything other than a trophy wife. >> here is the thing. this is an exotic and new thing for media and the cup to have not only a world fame out reality star billionaire on the ticket with a colorful past and he has a potential first lady who is a former exotic model this is new territory. there -- this is about detailed and human interest. there are more interesting detail about someone whose previous job was a lingerie
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model than someone who was a hospital vice president and lawyer. >> fair enough. >> amy argetsinger great to have you stop by. i say that the author has gotten a ton of ugly anti-semitic threats online and that is just despicable. no one can blame donald trump for that. >> we will talking to geraldo rivera about betting up on donald trump despite their 40en year friendship but, first, a report from last night at the president obama's last chance to whack the press.
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in office. in the past we were overrun by tom cruise and even donald trump and this year, not so much so i put my iphone and looked at the people there, and there were a lot of people a lot of big stars like, for example, republican national chairman and we had aretha, and this woman, i did not know who she was a historic secret model and i learn about that, and the actor from "breaking bad," and emma thompson, and big star in my eyes is michael kelly plays the devious white house aide in "house of cads," but the real stars, big trump supporters and
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two of them and katrina the trump spokesperson who was interviewed on cnn, look for the president with the final chance to take jabs at the press and contemplate life after the white house. >> even reporters have left me. including the staff. amanda has left to host "the "today show"," and leaving to host "cbs this morning," and jake tapper left journalism to join cnn. >> commander in chief to couch commander. >> comic who i thought was over the line dropping the "n" word, but that was unnecessary and
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bothered a lot of people. next year, someone else moves turn, probably a fresh group of celebrities for journalists. next, anchors confront donald trump refusing hillary clinton of playing the woman's card. are they siding with her on this one? and later, geraldo said you have to be crazy to run for the republican nomination. is that a crazy comment? the ren the ren nono ♪ the ren nono ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ geico motorcycle, great rates for great rides. put under a microscope, we can see all the bacteria that still exists. polident's unique micro clean formula
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>> media consensus with hick leg winning four out of five states says it is only a question of how and yen bernie sanders makes the exit. the democratic frontrunner was aggravated when asked what would happen in she is ahead in pledge delegates in june? >> i have the greatest respect for senator mrs., but, really, what he and his supporters are saying just doesn't add up. i have 2.7 million more votes than he has.
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i have more than 250 more pledged delegateses. >> why was hillary clinton getting so exercised? it was not a hardball question? >> because she went through the same process in 2008. he she drop out when she had better prospects. >> on last day of the primaries. >> that is true. she stuck through it. but they were cutting deals. >> was that an overreaction and it was not hostile? >> she is defensive about it because the problem she has is that bernie sanders still has a lot of momentum. he may not be winning delegates but the newspaper raising is dropping off but he raised $20 million. may does bernie sanders want? can don't he quit? >> who appointed the press to deliver the message? >> he has money and can go all the way to the conference. >> talk about the pundits who
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are saying, we think this is too much. he needs to behave. >> that is wrong. he has let before -- bernie be bernie sanders. >> he got 58 to 42 and we scale eight wipe out. back to iowa, beaten him 58% to 42% so the frustration with her, that is not close, guys, why do you keep doing it. >> new york is the center of the university and it is more than any other primary. >> donald trump, taking a lot of heat over the woman's card issue and phoned to the "today," and let's look at that. >> for you to say in she were not a woman she would get 5%
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suggest the only thing she has going for her is she is a woman not that she is former secretary, former secretary of state and lawyer, do you understand why some find that demeaning? >> i find it to be a true comment. the only thing show has going is that show is a well. >> other anchors have challenged trump about this but does it seem like the press is siding it was sexist to say that? >> there were two parts, that hillary clinton is playing woman's card and the second part which i agree is on the sexist side, that is not the only anyone, the part that went too far -- hillary clinton has been playing the woman's card and she has been playing explicitly and embraced it this week when she said, well, in i play the woman's card, deal me in. that was fair criticism of donald trump but to get back to the why won't we bernie sanders drop out story line it is
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because the bleed is bored and they want the news story and they want to move on from this because they are smarty pants and think they know what will happen is start write the new headline. >> question about hillary clinton and the trump attack, here is "new york times", the news story. he is likely to attack her precisely because slow a woman, and many women find it sexist. >> he has done it so far going after women based on appearance, the fact they women, arrest megyn kelly, and people considered that sexist. he has track record of doing that. why doubt he will do it going forward. >> are sympathetic it is a fact. >> he has established himself as someone willing to go after a woman because she a woman. many consider that sexist. >> that could be analysis but in the news? >> i consider it a fact he has
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don't over and over and over again. i don't think anyone in the trump camp would deny it. of course they would. >> no, no, they would not deny what he said. he said he has attacked rosy o'donnell. >> but should "new york times" say this is what he will likely do in the future. >> he is running against hillary clinton. >> now --. >> let the women fight. >> i will stay out. >> the hillary clinton leaked a story in the "new york times" saying she is having extensive discussions of 15-20 candidates including sherrod brown and did you value pat frisk and also, on to a woman and the press went crazy but is the press being used here, not that they are not considering v.p. but they want the stories out to show, what? >> that the resolution is being used, yes, you put this out and
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you float names. you do point out there is a lot of resident for taking someone of the same gender and everyone is chuckling at that and it makes the case --. >> she has no plan to pick elizabeth warren, but it helps if she is considering. >> it is about being the virtual nominee. there has to be -- we are look at progressives and not necessarily just elizabeth warren but to get it out there, there is room and we are looking --. >> you are saying the press is being closed, case closed. ahead on "media buzz" the press rips apart a proposed will ferrell film on ronald reagan and his life. and what geraldo rivera said about donald trump publicly and
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>> geraldo rivera, the fox news veteran and regular on "the five," has been friends with donald trump for four decades. we sat down in new york. >> welcome. >> you are a long-term friend of donald trump yet you have criticized the campaign he is running. it has to be uncomfortable. >> what is uncomfortable, i was very excited when he made the announcement he was running for
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president because he is a friend of mine. i love the guy the we just had the experience with celebrity apprentice together every day for six weeks in february and this was in june. >> when he came down the escalator i was on the radio live and when he started into i was thrilled and i thought it was, it showed he was movie star with a grasp in general terms of the issues. >> then he started speaking about immigration. >> he said mention can't immigrants were dope dealers and rapists and i assume there are a few good uns mixed in. i was shocked that is not the donald trump i know. >> you talk occasionally and have expressed your views to him privately you think he should not be going there in fors of certain of the issues, including immigration? >> we were together as recently as tuesday night in new york is we had a nice chat and i did not bring up immigration but he knows can i have said publicly although i have the deep
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affection for him and respect for him and his family, a lovely family, i could never vote for him unless he moderates that position. >> doesn't it -- is it hard for you to go on the air and criticize him, sometimes if very strong language, when he is your friend? people in this building with all of the irish catholic colleagues, abortion is an issue that really is deeply personal to many of our colleagues, and immigration is my abortion she, so to speak, my litmus test. it is easy for me to say, to draw my line. you have to be compassionate to the population were i have written two books about them. they are my constituents in a sense. it is impossible for me to be for someone who would deport american families that have citizen children.
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donald knows that and i fully expect, i be clear, i fully expect that all of the trump that sayers are correct, cruz is correct, donald trump does not mean it. the donald trump i know would never break up american families to make a legal point. >> but you are accusing him using strong rhetoric about deporting although you say you believe as his friend that he does not mean it? >> you have to be a crazy person to get the republican nomination. >> you stayed who howard stern and cruz and trim are both crazy or they have to act crazy. >> this veto tow a line that is in man ways intolerable for ron bly intelligent compassionate person. you have to clear the stephen king hurdle in iowa before you get anywhere. stephen king is the congressman that said of mexican immigrants they have couple ofs the size of
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cantelopes because they are all carrying dope across the border. if you have to lease that person to get beyond the nation's first primary election, you are doomed to a radical position that will never fly with the american electorate and you can never be elected. >> you considered running for the senate in new jersey as republican. >> i did. i am a republic. >> did you conclude you are not crazy enough? >> i concluded when the koch brothers were involved and roamed my rival, the mayor $5 million that the $5 million i stashed away, my family and i to make the run would have been exhausted and we would lose against cory booker anyway. >> a loser. >> you have hit cruz hard as he talked about new york values for ted cruz. >> i don't agree. it was a shot at loud mouth liberal new yorkers. >> i disagree i have been around a long-term. when you think of new york, you go back to jesse jackson 1984,
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the only reason ted cruz did not say new york was heime town because it was taken by reverend jackson when you throw in new york, and throw in money, power and media you are talking about jews and i know it, i science it, i am a very defensive about my people. >> my mom's people particularly. >> have you talk to the senator or do you go in the other direction in he is here. >> why want to confront him. i have interviewed senator cruz. i was at an off the record campaign fundraiser that parents' at my kids' school invited know and it hit on the eve of the iowa and i her the pitch. i have no doubt he did that to signal he was against those people -- meaning me. ama compelled you to say yes to
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"dancing with the stars"? >> it is funny, i have been asked several times over course of the years and when i was more physically able to dance, my kids said, daddy, you will have an affair with the professional dancers they all do, and a that time they were --. >> that would be so unlike you. >> so, i said, no, no, no, and finally it was on my bucket list at the age of 72 and lame and i said yes. you can catch me on the finale on may 24. i give you credit for taking it on, geraldo. on. geraldo. >> my pleasure. afterbre >> after the break, nine out of ten people don't have much faith in the news they read on facebook. what does that mean? download. i'm mary ellen, and i quit smoking with chantix. i always came back to smoking. i was absolutely frustrated, absolutely. i did not think chantix would work as well as it did. along with support, chantix (varenicline) is proven to help people quit smoking.
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>> a new stay finds that only 6% of those questions have a great deal of confidence in the media, barely above congress with a slight majority getting some of their news on social media, the verdict there is not much better at 12% of those would get their news from facebook trust it a lot or a great deal rising to 17% for instagram and 18% for twitter. we have shana glenzer technology executive and commentator here in washington. 12%. what do you maybe of the low figure? >> i was shocked. i expected it to be at least 50 50%. especially the survey or study showed that so many people are consuming social media, it is the first news source and they don't trust it. >> do you have that distrust on facebook? >> given the survey i am more trusting in the news i read on
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social media but i do judge the news i am seeing first by based on who is sharing it. if a friend is share it who is bias on a certain issue, why trust what they are saying as much as someone who could have a more moderate perspective. a researcher talked to someone name sonia who said abut the same topic, i look at would shared it and in i have a friend who is a creep i may not like what they post but a friend in a surveillance video i could believe what they post. it is reflected in the story. >> creeps have credibility gab on facebook and did you know who you are. >> this is news commoditying from people you accept as friends, but a lot of people accept a lot of people they do mutt know. it is no credit that facebook is more pore particularized in the campaign, and sometimes it is ugly and friendships are lost but could it be a factor doubt the news sources?
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>> it is a huge factor especially so much vitriol there are more and more outrageous headlines. i dismiss those but it affects the credibility i view the other news shared about licks. i see the trust issue reflected in another way and that is that because so few people trust the news they are reading on facebook, real verified stories of candidates are not having the same impact they have where they may have been able to sway the voters and they are not swaying the voters about their candidate or i feel the trust is being reflected in the candidate. >> obviously people have doubts about the mainstream need what and i am strucked by a headline that is off the call and i will
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look at the link and then i will wonder about the credibility in i have never heard of them. and this week, dennis has start -- dennis hastert former house of representatives speaker, charged somewhere elsing and major news organizations put out tweets while scrum was sentencing, feeds, cnn, saying former house of representatives speaker sentenced to two years of supervised release and an hour later a.p. said he is almost get 15 months in prison which would undermine the view of even when blue chip organization use twitter. >> they set us up for the story. it is a sad state but shows the treasure to be first in the age of social media and twitter and the response of the 140 characters you get when you share. it hold as lot of weight. all the judge is still speaking, why not wait 20 more minutes.
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20 more seconds. to find out the sentence? thanks, shana glenzer, good to see you. will ferrell and a proposed movie about ronald reagan's alzheimers and kelly ripa and the media divorce. you're here to buy a car. what would help is simply being able to recognize a fair price. truecar has pricing data on every make and model, so all you have to do is search for the car you want, there it is. now you're an expert in less than a minute. this is truecar.
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the variety headline biln >> and will ferrell would play ronald reagan but the story said he was attached to star in a film about ronald reagan suffering as dementia and the idea would be shopped to studios which is hollywood speak for no financing. the new york post lambasted the idea with a photoshop ill imagine of him with "holiday comedy to mock reagan percent but patty ferrell called it
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heart lot and three said he was, next, backing out, so the media hyped the story but may have succeeded in killing what was a truly terrible idea. >> kelly ripa returned to her show after her boycott when she was told by abc at the last minute that michael strahan was moving to "good morning america", and they tried to make up on camera. tried to. >> transpire over the course after few days has been... extraordinary in the sent it started a much greater conversation about communication and consideration and most importantly respect in the work place. >> we love this show we love the fans. we love the staff. i love you. >> but no one was really buying that, strahan was slated to join "good morning america" in september now will leave the show in less than two weeks
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despite the "love," for kelly. >> amtrak has a high speed train from washington, dc, to new york, to boston favored by the media calls the acela, and that was on tuesday but it was found a bit challenging. >> what is called the ace primary, or acela, for what is called the acela primary, or the accelerated primary. all the asole that primary. >> what are calling the a-cello primary i. >> or a train wreck. >> make the anchors should have hit the brakes and looked it up because no one could pronounce
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"acela." >> we are back here next sunday and we hope you will join us then, for the latest buzz. >> how close is donald trump to wrapping up the republican nomination? today, the g.o.p. frontrunner, only on fox news sunday. >> i consider myself the nominee, absolutely. >> can he bring the party together? >> the biggest senators, the biggest congress, we have unbelievable support. >> trump one-on-one in a fox news sunday exclusive. >> ted cruz make as series of dramatic moves before this week's primary in indiana. it could be make or break. >> there is nothing that